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on hold. >> robler is live with the -- rob roth is live with the outburst in the courtroom and the questions it is raising. >> reporter: here outside oikos university the school created a rock garden in honor of the victims killed in a rampage six months ago tomorrow. in court today, questions are being raised about the mental status of the gunman. >> reporter: one goh sat in court today. he said stood up and shouted to the judge i have a motion. >> he will be assessed to determine whether he is competent to stand trial. >> reporter: he faces 7 counts of murder and three counts of attempted murder at oikos university. the victims were former classmates and a receptionist. the doors at oikos university are locked down, the classroom is no longer used by the program. >> it is not easy. it will never be forgotten. just in the past. every time something happens we may have to talk. >> reporter: the students passing the examines have been low, they have been working to correct that and hope to expand the program next year. many students may be called as students when the case go
stan students are hoping voters approve tax measures. new at 6:00, rob roth in hayward with the unusual step the community college has taken to inform students about what could be ahead. >> reporter: many students will have to wait for the november election to find out if the classes they need to graduate will still be offered in the spring. monica hopes to graduate from chabot college next spring. but that plan could be in jeopardy. she needs to take a statistics class. she's learned they may be offering fewer statistics classes in the spring, so she could be shut out. >> basically have me on hold because i'm trying to finish so i can get a better job. >> reporter: the uncertainty over california's budget is so great chabot has posted online a unique class schedule. the classes in red only will be offered if the tax measure proposition 30 passes, along with measure i, a $28 a year parcel tax. if they don't pass, those classes are gone. >> the reality is now that it may take a student beyond six years, seven, eight years or more to be able to get a seat in the classes that they need. >>
. anything can happen. we will be here to see what happens and rob roth will be in san francisco with democrats. rob? >> reporter: we are inside the temple nightclub and people are beginning to trickle into the watch party hosted by techiology for obalm -- technology for obama. in talking with democrats, this vice presidential debate is taking on an increased significance because of the lack luster debate by president obama, a performance that has given momentum to the republicans. democrats are looking to vice president joe biden to sees the moment from republican vice presidential candidate paul ryan and much like the san francisco giants, recapture the momentum. >> he needs to show the american people that, you know, he and president obama have been on the job for four years years and they could implement the policies in another four years. >> reporter: democrats say his experience as a debater should serve him well. we are back live and people are still making their way down here for what could be a significant moment in the campaign and an entertaining evening at well. repor
. our coverage continues with the fall out of his return. ktvu's rob roth is live where the district attorney issued a challenge today to the sheriff. rob? >> reporter: here at the hall of justice the district attorney called on embattled san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi to make a change in how he runs his office. >> reporter: san francisco district attorney made this appeal today to ross mirkarimi. >> i am calling upon ross mirkarimi to recuse himself. >> reporter: he recommends he appoint someone else to over see all domestic violence matters. the sherriff's department run programs and counseling for years. he was convicted of a charge related to domestic violence. >> there is no doubt that ross has a conflict of interest. >> reporter: at a domestic violence crisis center they are disappointed by the decision of the board of supervisors to reinstate ross mirkarimi. >> it is the wrong message. it says san francisco thinks it is okay to have a sheriff who has been convicted, who admitted that he committed a violent act. >> reporter: supervisors voted last night to over turn mayor
. >> not everyone is happy with san francisco's new archbishop. ktvu's rob roth continues our coverage with the protesters and the counter protesters who came out today. rob? >> reporter: the protest here is pretty much wrapped up, protests that drew critics and supporters of the new archbishop. >> stop teaching hate. >> reporter: two dozen protesters gathered outside. many upset that archbishop salvatore cordileone is a vocal supporter of proposition 8, the ban on same-sex marriage. >> people listen to him. we are here to convince him that we matter. >> reporter: it is comments like this one by salvatore cordileone that has supporters riled. >> marriage can only be between a man and a woman. >> reporter: they say salvatore cordileone is too conservative for san francisco. >> marriage should be for everyone. >> reporter: next to the anti- salvatore cordileone protesters were supporters of the archbishop. peacefully co existing. >> it will be very -- test on him. >> reporter: at one point he walked in to cheers and booze. but he acknowledged neither. will the protest change anything? >>
justice system. rob roth looks at proposition 36 that takes aim at california's strict three strikes law. here at san quentin prison. for these inmates it's three strikes and they're in for life. what you're seeing is a weekly group therapy program run by convicts called hope for three strikers. >> after my military stent i started using cocaine and it was all bad after that. >> reporter: these are just a few dozen of the 8,000 california inmates serving life sentences under three strikes a law approved by voters in 1994, but proposition 36 on this november's ballot would modify three strikes. it would require the third strike to be not just for any felony but for a violent or serious crime. if the measure passes some 3,000 three strikers could be released if the judge agrees. one of the odds of mcsween. his strikes one and two are for burglary, the third petty theft. >> i've learned, i want to live my life and i don't want to live it here. i think i have too much to offer to society out there. >> reporter: michael romano is the coauthor of proposition 36. >> there's too many people that
's in position to keep that program alive, rob roth has the story. >> reporter: the program is called fresh start and operating out of that building. it's the only homeless services program in walnut creek but the people who run it are retiring and they're not sure what will happen of fresh start when they leave. many of contra costa county homeless people came here to fresh start this afternoon for lunch. the program also provides free clothes, a shower, services and a break from the streets during the day for hundreds of homeless people. >> i'm looking for work right now and it's helping me out. get a meal in my stomach and apply to all jobs downtown and everything. >> reporter: dill lungey started the program with his wife since 1989 and has continued running it with his current wife robby. either of them takes a salary home. >> reporter: the couple has serious concerns whether fresh start will come to a complete stop. the pastor at st. paul's episcopal church which houses the program rent free has proposed having the church run the program. >> serving the poor, the marginalized and so forth i
gone up in parts of the bay area. ktvu's rob roth, live in oakland with how the price hike is hitting businesses particularly hard. >> reporter: well, gas prices literally did go up overnight. and it's really taking a toll already on small businesses such as food truck operators, where the increases could cost an additional $200 a month. >> profit margin will definitely slip. we don't want to pass it along to the customer, but at some point i guess we'll have to. >> reporter: gas prices are creeping towards the $5-gallon mark. some drivers say they can't afford to fill up these days. >> probably won't be filling up my tank all the way today. just enough to get me where i need to go. >> reporter: others are just trying to ride out the storm, hoping it doesn't last much longer. >> i'm upset, but there's nothing i can do about it. >> every time it goes down, refinery blows up and they jack it back up again, you know what i mean? it's like it's on purpose or something, you know. >> reporter: people say they are hoping the price doesn't stay too high too long. otherwise, they will have to
been coming underattack by laser pointer -- under attack by laser pointer. ktvu's rob roth is here with how the fbi is joining the fight. >>> the problem with laser pointer attacks on aircraft has been such a big problem the fbi designed a new unit to combat this crime. >> reporter: this shows what pilots are facing, laser pointer distracting and blinding. >> standing in his driveway. >> reporter: moments later. >> we have him in custody. >> right on. you guys are awesome. >> reporter: authorities say the number of laser pointer attacks are soring. >> indescribable how bright it is. one of those things like a lightning flash you aren't prepared till it happened. >> reporter: in 2005 there were 283 incident. this year they predict 3700. last year there were 53 attacks at this airport. at sfo 31. authorities say technology improved the power and the internet made it easier and cheaper to buy. the fbi established a working group. >> i wonder if people understand that when they shine a laser in the eye of a pilot that they could cause great harm if the pilot is not able to continue to
officials to break grounds. and rob roth was there. >> reporter: at noon today thousands of people gathered in what will soon be pacific bell park the new home of the san francisco giants. the crowd was bigger here at that vacant lot at third and king street than it sometimes is at a baseball game at golden gate park. giants, players, politicians and fans came together to celebrate the park. >> it's going to be something that we're involved in. it'll be here forever. and it's very significant day for everybody. >> it's going to mean a lot for san francisco, it's going to mean a lot for downtown. it's going to mean a lot for the san francisco giants. >> reporter: giant's president mcgowen, giant's greats willie mays and willie mccubbie all grabbed shovels and and dug in. >> the people are starting to ask us what is the street address. we will like to announce that in the year 2000 you can direct all of your giant's fan mail, all of your mail to willie to pacific well park one willie mays plaza, san francisco 94107. >> thank you, thank you. >> i just about got away from crying. i was on the v
'm sure that my colleague rob roth had a very different take, though. he is with the democrats in san francisco. >> very different. the debate watch party here at the south of had market nightclub is about wrapping up. folks here say they're going home happy. perhaps 200 democrats showed up to watch vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan square off. the party is hosted by the organization technology for obama. democrats say a lot of riding on tonight and that joe biden came through. with president barack obama's lackluster performance in the last debate supporters were hoping the veteran biden would show energy and passion and in the process regain momentum from the republicans. they say he did. >> we're lacking for vice president joe biden to show his experience when talk to be representative ryan. vice president biden has done this before. hopefully he is not afraid to be fies ehopefully he can really get to the main talking points and show the people where we think the country is headed the next four years. >> he's clear. he's articulate. paul ryan, on the other hand, d
through the night in case of flare ups. reporting live in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu, channel 2news. >>> in the south bay, the cause of a house fire that sent two people to the hospital is under investigation. the fire on carlton avenue broke out before 4:00 this morning, and a neighbor said he heard popping noises and was told there was live ammunition in the house. >> we consulted with the san jose police department who was on scene. the biggest issue is when the ammunition went off that the shell casings would become a projectile. >> they were forced to fight the fire with what they call a surround and drown tactic. >>> peaks in lake tahoe are already seeing the first snowfall of the season. take a look at the photos sent by heavenly ski resort. there is enough snow to make a tiny snowman. they moved through the reno- tahoe region leaving up to an inch of snow, but it's expected to warm up there this weekend. >>> in so you were california, this funnel cloud was spotted above the shores of seal beach. you can see the waterspout over the ocean as it approaches the shore there. ther
of the department and going over briefings, rob roth ktvu channel 2 news. [applauds] >> that round of applauds for a bay area professor now a nobel lawyer, we will have more on what got him this most prestigious award. >> we will have some 90s in the forecast, we'll let you know when those will occur, in a minute. . >>> police shut down part of the avenue around 7:30 this morning while the bomb squad investigated and they also evacuated a nearby childcare center and rerouted the muni area. they rerouted the package and found out it was not dangerous. police gave the all clear this morning. >>> they are investigating a shooting in an area between pittsburgh and antioch that left two people dead. this happened on beau couldn't none road -- buchanan road and they found a man and woman who had been -- who had been shot. there is no information on who shot them. >>> there is information on a man who had been shot, he was hit in the arm after a wedding. the victim was found with a crowd of wedding gifts fathered around him and police do not yet have a suspect. >>> with election day now three weeks a
students can finish what they started. reporting live in oakland, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> oakland police released a video today in hopes it will help lead to the capture of two homicide suspects. this is surveillance video of a confrontation that detectives believe led to the killing of a man near children's hospital last december. they say 23-year-old charles butler was gunned down a few blocks from the market where that surveillance video was recorded. they say butler was parallel parking next to a car with two other men inside it. >> if you saw that nut, that right there, the bad parking that mr. butler did is the reason why the people inside this car thought it was a reason to kill mr. butler. >> investigators are now urging anyone who may have witnessed the confrontation between the men or the shooting to call oakland police. >>> a san jose missing persons case has now turned into a homicide investigation. a hiker found the body of 32- year-old eric dean garcia saturday in the santa cruz mountains. investigators have not said yet exactly how he died. he was last
. reporting live in san francisco, rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> and more details now ability getting to the giant's parade. b.a.r.t. will operate like it's rush hour with trains all day but you should still expect long lines and crowded trains. b.a.r.t. officials are urging passengers buy your ticket or load your ticker card before parade day. the lurksburg and salsalito ferry will be running extra boats. >>> richard caranza said every day and every minute of instruction counts so we encourage families to make sure their child is in school and ready to learn. the district says students cannot afford to lose any more class time. >>> if you can't make it to the parade in person, ktvu has you covered. our parade coverage starts at 4:30 tomorrow morning on channel 2. we will also stream the parade live on ktvu.com and mobile ktvu. >>> san francisco city leaders say they will prosecute and seek monetary damages for the people responsible for sunday night's mayhem. >> we want to send a really clear message that we will prosecute every one of those cases presented to us and the evidence is
watched the sea lion rescue at pier39 through a live feed in to the newsroom. rob roth live with the amazing pictures and why what rescuers did before they moved in made all the difference. >> reporter: the rescue happened here out on the dock where sea lions often sun themselves. one had something around its neck and a call went out to the center. rescuers say what they found around its neck was a plastic bag. >> they are deadly. they are real curious and they will look at it and nose it and then get it on and they will get it on when they are little and it stays on and they wear it and grow into it. >> reporter: rescuers first shot it with a tranq, waited for it to get tired and then captured it. >> you can see they were sneaking up on it. they had to -- judge when he was actually doing a little bit of looking around verses when it was safe to move. it's a little bit of a cat and mouse game. >> the crowd of on lookers showed their relief when it was safely in the hands of the rescuers. it was put in a crate and taken to the center in sololito. it should return to the wa
to a dramatic rescue on pier 39 this afternoon. rob roth tells us how an injured sea lion had to be captured in order to save its life. >> reporter: sea lions often sun themselves here on pier 39 but this sea lion had something around its neck and an s.o.s. went out to the mammal center. >> they are deadly. because these guys are real curious and nose it and then get it on as a collar. they get it on when it's little and they wear it and grow into it. >> reporter: until it chokes them. rescuers decided to shoot a tranquilizer to get it drowsy. and when the sea lion was safely in the hands of the rescuers. the crowd of spectators was relieved and grateful. >> they did a great job and i'm so happy it's going to be safe. >> reporter: rescuers got the sea lion into a crate and took him to the marine mammal center in sausalito. the injured sea lion is expected to stay the next two to three days at the mammal center and if it's okay, it will be returned. they also saw a second sea lion with netting around its neck. they plan to return to rescue it too. as for the sea lion with the packing trap. it
on pier 39 this afternoon. rob roth tells us how an injured sea lion had to be captured in order to save its life. >> reporter: sea lions often sun themselves here on pier 39 but this sea lion had something around its neck and an s.o.s. went out to the mammal center. >> they are deadly. because these guys are real curious and nose it and then get it on as a collar. they get it on when it's little and they wear it and grow into it. >> reporter: until it chokes them. rescuers decided to shoot a tranquilizer to get it drowsy. and when the sea lion was safely in the hands of the rescuers. the crowd of spectators was relieved and grateful. >> they did a great job and i'm so happy it's going to be safe. >> reporter: rescuers got the sea lion into a crate and took him to the marine mammal center in sausalito. the injured sea lion is expected to stay the next two to three days at the mammal center and if it's okay, it will be returned. they also saw a second sea lion with netting around its neck. they plan to return to rescue it too. as for the sea lion with the packing trap. it spent the rest o
a destructive restaurant fire out in san francisco early this morning but they were wrong. rob roth has more from the popular spot reduced to ashes. >> reporter: gasia, this is all that's left of the restaurant, squat and gobble. it's completely gutted along with the other businesses. firefighters have been out here putting out hot spots to a fire still under investigation. the fire broke out before 5:00 in a back part of squat and gobble, a well-known restaurant along westportal avenue. more than 100 firefighters battled the blaze, and it wasn't until about 3:00 this afternoon that the fire was declared out. >> it's a very deep building, the first building that they were in. the fire was hard to find, and difficult to find, and they put out what they saw. unfortunately, i think it was far away, ahead of us before we got here. >> reporter: the fire also destroyed the newly renovated vin debut wine bar. >> it's overwhelming. i got to go upstairs. it's pretty inbelievable. >> reporter: three firefighters were injured. damage is estimated at more than $3 million. squat and gobble has been here
. in the meantime there's only uncertainty. as rob roth tells us, it has one school posting two schedules. holway needs to take a statistics class. and she learned that her school may be offering fewer statistics team which could shut her out. >> basically have me on hold and i'm trying to finish so i can get a job. >> reporter: they've posted online a unique class schedule. the classes offered in red will be offered if governor brown's tax measure passes next month along with measure i a 28- dollar a year pass. >> the reality is, now that it may take a student beyond six years, seven, eight years or more to be able to get a seat in the classes that they need. >> reporter: students say they appreciate knowing in advance what's at stake but some fear their future is in doubt. this student wants to become a history teachers but history classes are red lined. support is declining with now less than 50% of those surveyed in favor of it. at chabot college in hayward, rob roth. >>> muslims around the world and here in the bay area are marking a solemn yet joyous holiday. thousands of muslimswent to th
tonight but there's no rest for parade planners who are working literally around the clock. rob roth takes us behind the scenes to show us what it takes to get ready for wednesday's big celebration. >> reporter: here inside pier 54 workers are building floats almost nonstop. this section is called game face it'll be mounted on one of the floats. >> we probably have easily half a mile of orange, black and white floral sheeting to go on the floats right now. >> reporter: in this hotel room, victory parade organizers are working on their plan. >> we started working on it about a week ago. >> reporter: in 2010 an estimated 1 million fans showed up to the last giant's victory parade and there were no major problems. this time the players will not be riding on motor cars they'll be riding on convertible cars, they'll be more visible that way. police say they'll be changing shifts to have more officers on duty during the parade. mayor lee says the fact that the parade is on halloween will property create any problems. float builders expect to finish building four hours before the parade is sched
& r tonight but there's no rest for parade planners who are working literally around the clock. rob roth takes us behind the scenes to show us what it takes to get ready for wednesday's big celebration. >> reporter: here inside pier 54 workers are building floats almost nonstop. this section is called game face it'll be mounted on one of the floats. >> we probably have easily half a mile of orange, black and white floral sheeting to go on the floats right now. >> reporter: in this hotel room, victory parade organizers are working on their plan. >> we started working on it about a week ago. >> reporter: in 2010 an estimated 1 million fans showed up to the last giant's victory parade and there were no major problems. this time the players will not be riding on motor cars they'll be riding on convertible cars, they'll be more visible that way. police say they'll be changing shifts to have more officers on duty during the parade. mayor lee says the fact that the parade is on halloween will property create any problems. float builders expect to finish building four hours before the para
is due back in court after his evaluation by mental health specialists. in oakland, rob roth, ktvu. >>> the federal aviation administration is investigating two cases where seats came off the tracks. the seats were removed and reinstalled recently during maintenance. >>> the american express credit card company reported today it will be refunding customers. the refund comes after a government investigation into charges american express illegally charged late fees, discriminated against some clients and lied about rewards. the company also agreed to pay almost $28 million in fines to regulators including the consumer financial protection bureau. >>> fed chairman ben bernanke today defended policies used to stimulate the economy. he listed other thing that is can be done. >> such as putting the federal budget on a sustainable path. reforming the tax code, improving our educational system supporting technological invasion. and expanding international trade. >> reporter: bernanke also rejected criticism that the federal reserve is laying the ground work for inflation and letting the go
. in oakland, rob roth, ktvu. >>> the federal aviation administration is investigating two cases where seats came off the tracks. the seats were removed and reinstalled recently during maintenance. >>> the american express credit card company reported today it will be refunding customers. the refund comes after a government investigation into charges american express illegally charged late fees, discriminated against some clients and lied about rewards. the company also agreed to pay almost $28 million in fines to regulators including the consumer financial protection bureau. >>> fed chairman ben bernanke today defended policies used to stimulate the economy. he listed other thing that is can be done. >> such as putting the federal budget on a sustainable path. reforming the tax code, improving our educational system supporting technological invasion. and expanding international trade. >> reporter: bernanke also rejected criticism that the federal reserve is laying the ground work for inflation and letting the government run up huge budget deficits. >>> get ktvu news to go now. download the
him. >>> the fallout from the highly publicized ordeal is not over. ktvu's rob roth tells us now the district attorney is asking mirkarimi to excuse himself. >> i'm calling upon ross mirkarimi to recuse himselfs from the duties in his office to the custody, supervision, safety, and rehabilitation of domestic violent offender. >> reporter: the sheriff's department has run domestic violence programs and counseling for abusers in the jails for years. mirkarimi has admitted to grabbing his wife's arm. >> there is no doubt that ross has a clear conflict of interest . they're disappointed by the decision to reenstate mirkarimi. >> i think it's the wrong message. it says that san francisco thinks it's okay to have a sheriff who has been convicted, who admitted under oath, that he committed a violent act against his wife. >> reporter: supervisors voted late last night to overturn mayor ed lee's decision to remove mirkarimi on grounds of misconduct. >> a civil proceeding that defined how we define misconduct. >> i think he has been humbled greatly, and i think that as the experience, that
. >> reporter: medran -- medrano faces a maximum of four years in prison. rob roth, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> an oakland senator is offering his run down as what he considers the governor's most wasteful spending. among them a half million dollar video game that highlights the social need of prom week. and $1 million for nasa to develop food for a future mission to mars. >> it doesn't matter whether we have trillion dollar plus deficits which is $16 trillion national debt, this money shouldn't be spent regardless of how much is coming into washington. >> reporter: other examples include food stamps used for alcohol, starbucks and fast food. the preservation of a covered bridge that's not connected to a road and a campaign to promote caviar sale. >>> no charges will be filed against the san jose police officer who shot and killed a san jose state university student last year. today the santa clara district attorney announce had the the shooting was justified. officer jeff harwell shot and killed ricardo moreno after moreno pointed a gun at another officer. >>> throughout much of the bay a
under the boy scout ban against gay peoples. in moraga, rob roth, channel 2 news. >>> a new gallup poll is out and it seems to indicate that the lgbt community is smaller than some people might think. the poll shows that 3.4% of americans consider themselves either lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgenter. it also shows a higher percentage of lgbts among nonwhites than whites. more low income and more younger people than older people. >>> smart phone based car service oober has expanded it's reach into san francisco tightly regulated taxi industry. the pane is now testing a new service -- the company is now testing a new service that will allow people to hail cars through their smart phone. but the new service taxi service is controversial. just days ago new york city's taxi commission shut down the service in that city. in 2010, san francisco's transportation agency issued a seize and assist order against the company when it operated under the name oober cab. >> sharing the stage. the event that allowed president obama and mitt romney to take shots at each other. >>> you may not recognize
county, rob roth, channel 2 news. >>> a billion dollar deal is now in place to transform the old oakland army base to help improve cargo at the port of oakland. they have signed a series of agreements. the deal was designed to turn the former base into a logistics and warehouse. >>> the future of the contra costa fire protection district could hinge on what voters decide next month. if a partial tax is not approved the fire chief says four fire stations will be forced to close in january and six more could close by 2015. voters are being asked to approve a parcel tax. >>> voters are weighing in on whether to provide plastic bags. customers would have the option to pay for a paper or reusable bag. two dozen south bay cities now have the option to pass the same order order -- ordnance on their own. >> the board of super supervisors is backing off the city's book ban. the court ruled the yellow pages are protected as free speech. local officials have decided to suspend the band until the court makes further rulings in the ban. >>> and now an update on a story we first brought you as what w
: the trustees have until monday to come up with a plan to keep city college from losing its accreditation. rob roth, ktvu news. >> a reminder you can get ktvu news to go. click the live icon and you can watch all of our newscasts live right on our mobile device. >>> san francisco police are investigating a rush hour crash involving an suv and numi bus. it happened just after 6:00 this evening on webster and eddie street. a cadillac suv was badly damaged. one person inside had to be extricated and taken to the hospital. . none of the injuries appear to be death threatening. >>> live pictures from downtown oakland, we're monitoring the crowd from the occupy rally. >>> here's a live look inside the giant's dug out after a another big win. another big win. the injuries of a fan who rachel and sam have a house. now they want a home. a home where everything feels like it's designed just for them. where the styles they love fit into the wallet they have. big or small they want furniture that makes life better. that's why they visit us. we're more than a home improvement store. we're ikea, the life im
to keep city college from losing its accreditation. rob roth, ktvu news. >> a reminder you can get ktvu news to go. click the live icon and you can watch all of our newscasts live right on our mobile device. >>> san francisco police are investigating a rush hour crash involving an suv and numi bus. it happened just after 6:00 this evening on webster and eddie street. a cadillac suv was badly damaged. one person inside had to be extricated and taken to the hospital. . none of the injuries appear to be death threatening. >>> live pictures from downtown oakland, we're monitoring the crowd from the occupy rally. >>> here's a live look inside the giant's dug out after a another big win. the injuries of a fan who made headlines who is cheering them on here tonight. when i see that our schools are 47th in spending per student, i just can't accept that. our schools shouldn't be 47th in anything. proposition 38 bypasses sacramento, and makes education a real priority- with the funding, to our local schools and the accountability from our local schools... that we'll need to improve student learni
at the giant's victory parade. rob roth live in the city with what police play be carrying a new piece of equipment for the parade tomorrow. >> reporter: the giant's victory parade ends here at civic center plaza where the rally will then begin. if you look down the plaza to city hall you can see workers are still building the stage where the ceremony will take place. the players will be sitting in those bleachers. and so the stage is literally being set for tomorrow's massive celebration. the band was tuning up today, these student musicians have been invited to march. for a teenage clarinet player it doesn't get better than that. >> because it's going to be all of san francisco there. it's going to be exciting. >> reporter: people started bomb fires and committed vandalism. >> we're also looking at carrying fire extinguishers to go in all police vehicles so the fire is out that we can put it out ourselves we will put it out. we will arrest immediately whoever starts that fire. referee: the giants and the city are stressing that tomorrow's celebration is a no alcohol family affair. >
going up. reporting live in oakland, rob roth, ktvu channel 2news. >>> some gas station operators chose to shut down temporarily rather than pay the rapidly rising wholesale prices. the giant discounter costco closed this and other stations in southern california. some other stations were charging more than $5 a gallon. >>> coming up in 13 minutes, what's behind this big gas price spike? we look at some of the factors that have pushed prices close to $5 a gallon. >>> tesla cea is dismissing concerns that they face financial problems. last week, they cut its full year revenue forecast and said it was raising another $150 million by offering more shares. the ceo says there's nothing to worry about and says tesla is making an advanced payment on the federal loan used to make its model s sedan. tesla became a target during this week's presidential debate, when mitt romney branded tesla has one of the government-supported losers in green technology. >>> a woman from morgan hill was arraigned this afternoon in santa clara county on charges of commercial burglary and contributing to the delinq
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